The OPPO Reno4 was officially announced earlier this week, and today the company has confirmed that the device will launch in China next month on 5 June 2020. Along with the launch announcement, OPPO also uploaded a promotional video on Weibo showcasing the phone’s overall design.
The company did not go into full detail in regards to the Reno4’s specifications, aside from teasing the phone’s Super Night Mode and Ultra Steady image stabilisation capabilities. However, discovery of the device’s listings in TENAA may have shed some light on what to expect.
According to the listings; the Reno4 is expected to arrive in two variants, a standard and Pro edition, which is typical of most phones nowadays – including its predecessors. Both editions are listed to feature a Snapdragon 765 chipset with 5G support, paired with up to 12GB RAM and storage of up to 256GB. The standard version comes in at 6.43-inches, while the Reno4 Pro is at 6.55-inches. Both are also equipped with a 4,000mAh battery with 65W fast charging support via USB-C.
As expected, both variants will differ in the camera department as well. The standard edition is said to feature a 48MP main camera, 8MP ultra-wide and a 2MP depth sensor, while in front is a single 32MP punch-hole housed selfie shooter. On the other hand, the Reno4 Pro is listed to sport a 48MP main with OIS support, a 12MP low-light camera and a 13MP telephoto, while on its front display cutout is a dual selfie camera setup consisting of a 32MP shooter and a 2MP depth sensor.
Keep in mind that the specs listed above are findings from TENAA, so do take them with a pinch of salt. Official details regarding the Reno4 will be made available once the phone is launched next month.